The Oxford Handbook of Post-Keynesian Economics: Theory and Origins: Volume 1

ISBN : 9780195390766

Geoffrey Harcourt; Peter Kriesler
640 ページ
181 x 249 mm
Oxford Handbooks in Economics

This two volume Handbook contains chapters on the main areas to which Post-Keynesians have made sustained and important contributions. These include theories of accumulation, distribution, pricing, money and finance, international trade and capital flows, the environment, methodological issues, criticism of mainstream economics and Post-Keynesian policies. The Introduction outlines what is in the two volumes, in the process placing Post-Keynesian procedures and contributions in appropriate contexts.


Preface and acknowledgements
Introduction - G.C. Harcourt and Peter Kriesler
1. A personal view of the origins of post-Keynesian ideas in the history of economics - Jan Kregel
2. Sraffa, Keynes and post-Keynesianism - Heinz Kurz
3. Sraffa, Keynes and post-Keynesians: Suggestions for a synthesis in the making - Richard Arena and Stephanie Blankenburg
4. On the notion of equilibrium or the centre of gravitation in economic theory - Ajit Sinha
5. Keynesian foundations of post-Keynesian economics - Paul Davidson
6. Money - Randall Wray
7. Post-Keynesian theories of money and credit: conflict and (some) resolutions - Victoria Chick and Sheila Dow
8. The scientific illusion of New Keynesian monetary theory - Colin Rogers
9. Single period analysis and continuation analysis of endogenous money: a revisitation of the debate between horizontalists and structuralists - Giuseppe Fontana
10. Post-Keynesian monetary economics Godley-like - Mark Lavoie
11. Hyman Minsky and the financial instability hypothesis - John King
12. Endogenous growth: A Kaldorian approach - Mark Setterfield
13. Structural economic dynamics and the Cambridge tradition - Prue Kerr and Robert Scazzieri
14. The Cambridge post-Keynesian school of income and wealth distribution - Mauro Baranzini and Amalia Mirante
15. Reinventing macroeconomics - Edward Nell
16. Long-run growth in open economies: export-led cumulative causation or a balance-of-payments constraint? - Robert Blecker
17. Post-Keynesian precepts for nonlinear, endogenous, nonstochastic, business cycle theories - K. Vela Velupillai
18. Post-Keynesian approaches to industrial pricing: a survey and critique - Ken Coutts and Neville Norman
19. Post-Keynesian price theory: from pricing to market governance to the economy as a whole - Frederic S. Lee
20. Kaleckian economics - Robert Dixon and Jan Toporowski
21. Wages policy - John King
22. Discrimination in the labour markets - Peter Riach and Judith Rich
23. Post-Keynesian perspectives on economic development and growth - Peter Kriesler
24. Keynes and economic development - Tony Thirlwall
25. Post-Keynesian economics and the role of aggregate demand in less-developed economies - Amitava Krishna Dutt


Emeritus Reader in the History of Economic Theory at the University of Cambridge, UK; Emeritus Fellow, Jesus College, Cambridge; and Professor Emeritus, University of Adelaide, Australia